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Can making money off of others' heartbreak be a viable business? An entrepreneur pitches her business to an investor.
Annabel Action, founder and CEO of the breakup website "Never Liked It Anyway," has been given 30 seconds to blind pitch her company to feisty millionaire investor, Barbara Corcoran.
Eric Schurenberg, Inc. editor-in-chief, shares insight on the characteristics of successful entrepreneurs.
CNBC's Kate Rogers reports entrepreneurial activity increased this year for the first time since 2009, but a significant demographic appears to be lagging.
Hoe Yeen Teck, co-founder and CEO of Helpling Singapore, introduces the home-cleaning portal which allows users to engage the services of a reliable cleaner quickly.
Airbnb, valued at $13 billion in October, allows people to rent out homes or spare bedrooms in 34,000 cities around the world.
Snapchat's young CEO Evan Spiegel said that years of near-zero interest rates have led people to make "riskier investments" than they otherwise would.
When Chinese flight booking operator Baitour needed cash to grow its business last year, it turned to Internet finance startup Jimu Box.
Entry-level data scientists often prefer start-ups and small firms, where they believe they'll get to tackle tough problems.
Workmode matches companies wanting a drone with qualified pilots who own and operate them. Hence, the comparison to Uber.
A startup in San Francisco called Skycatch matches companies that need drone photography with certified drone pilots. Google Ventures is a major investor.
Charles Michael Yim, Breathometer founder and CEO, and Kevin O'Leary, "Shark Tank" co-host, discuss two new products to hit the market: "Breeze" and "Mint."
CNBC's Jane Wells reports on tech startup Skycatch, which offers a new service that helps companies find and hire drone pilots.
Kevin Kinsella, Avalon Ventures founder, provides insight into venture capital firms betting big on startups and whether the play is getting too crowded.
Cai Li, co-founder of Singapore-based AirFrov, introduces his start-up which matches shoppers keen to purchase items from overseas with frequent travelers.
This start-up is selling a new guilt-free entertainment option for women: male arm candy for special events or just help around the house.
Myndlift is a tech start-up combining mobile gaming with neurofeedback monitoring as an alternative to the surge in ADHD drug prescriptions.
Mark Pearson, co-founder of Fuel.Ventures, discusses how he is crowdfunding his venture fund to invest into e-commerce start-ups.
Brothers Bert and John Jacobs have grown the Life is Good brand to $100 million in global sales without a single advertisement.
Kayla Tausche sits down with Matt Maloney, GrubHub founder & CEO, at the iCONIC Tour in Chicago to discuss the company's aggressive innovation and growth initiatives.